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Favorite GAMEDAY food?..... Dine in, carryout or make at home.

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1 minute ago, Dutch Oven said:

No way dude - he'll ask me to "Real cowboy his butt"... whatever that means. :lol:

Oh Geeezzzus. 

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1 minute ago, DieHardBrownsFan said:

Talk Sheet punk, now go Shmuck your sister.

Since you've brought up an imaginary family member of mine into this, I'm going to run to the moderators and report you.

Oh wait, only little bitches like you and calfox would do something that lame. 

My sincerest apologies!

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You're a punk.  You like to talk tough, but your a bitch.   A fukcing punk who sat in Ohio his whole pathetic Shmucking life and did nothing. 

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1 hour ago, Canton Mike said:

Bill,

Right now, Shiner Bock is on sale here for $12.99 a 12 pack (6 packs still $8.99). I've bought all 4 12 packs they had 2 weeks running & headed back for more tomorrow!  :P

BTW, just got (via USPS) my HEB order for Gebhardts & Adams chili powders. Will place an order soon with Penderys for some chilis.

Mike

We have bought seasoning and rubs for many years many online like Emeril's now available everywhere like Walmart. You can even make them yourself at home.

Best with chicken but rubs for nearly everything.

https://www.famousfoods.com/essencebam.html

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31 minutes ago, mjp28 said:

We have bought seasoning and rubs for many years many online like Emeril's now available everywhere like Walmart. You can even make them yourself at home.

Best with chicken but rubs for nearly everything.

https://www.famousfoods.com/essencebam.html

I make all my own rubs. It started over 20 years ago when I, being less than pleased with store bought fried turkey rubs, started experimenting & developed a rub for deep fried turkey that's excellent & I never have to worry about it being "discontinued".

Mike

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1 minute ago, Canton Mike said:

I make all my own rubs. It started over 20 years ago when I, being less than pleased with store bought fried turkey rubs, started experimenting & developed a rub for deep fried turkey that's excellent & I never have to worry about it being "discontinued".

Mike

You can even get the recipes for the "famous seasonings and rubs" on line and make them if you're interested. A jar is about $4.49 online.

One of our favorites from the food network  https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/emeril-lagasse/essence-rustic-rub-and-southwest-seasoning-3645476

Emeril's Southwest Seasoning:
  • 2 tablespoons chili powder
  • 2 teaspoons ground cumin
  • 2 tablespoons paprika
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 tablespoon ground coriander
  • 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
  • 1 tablespoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon crushed red pepper
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon dried oregano

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18 hours ago, The Gipper said:

Interesting....have never seen that.

Euclid fish co. February special. Very tasty. 

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18 hours ago, DieHardBrownsFan said:

Real cowboy my butt.

You don't believe me that my brother has been a real cowboy?  

In the early 80s he worked on the Y-O ranch in Kerrville Texas

In Cody Wyoming he owned 20 acres of his own ...and then leased another 1500 from the BLM.  There he also worked for the Prince family on their huge ranch  Harold and Estelle Prince parents of Eric Prince...Blackwater and  Betsy DeVos).

In New Mexico...he negotiated the sale of ranch land to Ted Turner. 

Now he manages the ranch for Deep Springs College

In fact, here he is on the college website:

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https://www.deepsprings.edu/

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Just sitting around Saturday  watching the end of the 2018 Winter Olympics, saw the men win the curling Gold Medal, woo-hoo. Curling! Like bowling only colder, beer optional. 

And Wedgewood Pizza day, 12" roasted red pepper, mushroom, black olive and extra cheese plus an 8" red with mozzarella......ummmmm on both

GO USA, almost over.

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3 hours ago, mjp28 said:

Just sitting around Saturday  watching the end of the 2018 Winter Olympics, saw the men win the curling Gold Medal, woo-hoo. Curling! Like bowling only colder, beer optional. 

And Wedgewood Pizza day, 12" roasted red pepper, mushroom, black olive and extra cheese plus an 8" red with mozzarella......ummmmm on both

GO USA, almost over.

I think they should combine the alpine cross country ski shooters with the snowboard jumpers and see if the shooters can put a hole through a target on the snowboard as these guys are upside down. Make for a more exciting winter and a true test of combined team skills. :rolleyes:

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10 hours ago, mjp28 said:

Just sitting around Saturday  watching the end of the 2018 Winter Olympics, saw the men win the curling Gold Medal, woo-hoo. Curling! Like bowling only colder, beer optional. 

And Wedgewood Pizza day, 12" roasted red pepper, mushroom, black olive and extra cheese plus an 8" red with mozzarella......ummmmm on both

GO USA, almost over.

I was just thinking about what to eat for dinner today. Might have to drive to Austintown now. It's either that or NY boneless strip steaks on the grill smothered with portabella mushrooms in garlic butter

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So I've been eagerly awaiting the results of you making the Italian beef sandwiches mjp.... :lol:

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2 hours ago, Dutch Oven said:

So I've been eagerly awaiting the results of you making the Italian beef sandwiches mjp.... :lol:

Well we're back on monthly menus again in February  and using up what's left in the freezer, will do the March menu this Monday or Tuesday.  It actually works very well with meal planning and shopping.......when I'm not in the freakin hospital, was in 3 times last year for about 87 days last year, really screws up the cookouts! Was in all of July, August and most of December, bummer. I love the monthly schedules and we do leave off days occasionally. I recommend it.

Well Italian beef will be coming up maybe late this week. It's better to plan, shop, then cook, it also sure beats excessively making trips to the burger joints! You know burger, fries, repeat. Believe it or not we only do a pizza weekend about two times a month with planning. And with better weather we cook out a LOT more.

The hard part like most things it starting. Now where are my d*mn taxes? :lol: 

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20 hours ago, mjp28 said:

Well we're back on monthly menus again in February  and using up what's left in the freezer, will do the March menu this Monday or Tuesday.  It actually works very well with meal planning and shopping.......when I'm not in the freakin hospital, was in 3 times last year for about 87 days last year, really screws up the cookouts! Was in all of July, August and most of December, bummer. I love the monthly schedules and we do leave off days occasionally. I recommend it.

Well Italian beef will be coming up maybe late this week. It's better to plan, shop, then cook, it also sure beats excessively making trips to the burger joints! You know burger, fries, repeat. Believe it or not we only do a pizza weekend about two times a month with planning. And with better weather we cook out a LOT more.

The hard part like most things it starting. Now where are my d*mn taxes? :lol: 

A true Italian sandwich is very popular in upstate NY... Binghamton area to be specific. Spiedies!  Little marinated (Italian dressing) chunks of meat (any) grilled on a skewer and loaded onto a hunk of Italian bread. Absolutely delicious !

 If you're an Italian in the Mahoning valley.....shame on you for not knowing. The best Italian restaurants in the world are here but none serve spiedies (speedys).

 

 Easy to Google, easy to make. And there is a whole 3 day Spiedies and Balloons festival each year. 

 

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1 hour ago, flyingfooldoug said:

A true Italian sandwich is very popular in upstate NY... Binghamton area to be specific. Spiedies!  Little marinated (Italian dressing) chunks of meat (any) grilled on a skewer and loaded onto a hunk of Italian bread. Absolutely delicious !

 If you're an Italian in the Mahoning valley.....shame on you for not knowing. The best Italian restaurants in the world are here but none serve spiedies (speedys).

 

 Easy to Google, easy to make. And there is a whole 3 day Spiedies and Balloons festival each year. 

 

We were looking at the Chicago style steak sandwich although there are many some are heavy steak and mushrooms, some with other seasonings and of course the Philly steaks, one of my favorites. But we are going to shop for the ingredients this week for the Chicago style, much more involved than most steak sandwiches , looks good! From Guy Fieri's recipe pretty much the classic Chicago Italian.  https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/chicago-italian-beef-sandwich-recipe-1910967

 

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Another slow cooked beef sandwich from the Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond, fewer ingredients but really good IF you have the time NOTE: THESE ARE NOT THE QUICK AND EASY PHILLY STYLE ROAST BEEF!

DRIP BEEF SANDWICH  ......  Ingredients

  • One 4-pound chuck roast
  • Salt and black pepper
  • 3 tablespoons butter 
  • 2 tablespoons canola oil 
  • 2 cups beef broth 
  • 2 tablespoons minced fresh rosemary 
  • One 16-ounce jar pepperoncini, juice and all 
  • 2 yellow onions, sliced
  • 10 to 12 toasted, buttered deli rolls 

Directions Watch how to make this recipe.

Sprinkle the chuck roast with salt and pepper.

Melt 2 tablespoons of the butter and the canola oil in a heavy pot over high heat. Sear both sides of the chuck roast until very browned, about 5 minutes in all. Pour in the beef broth and 1 cup water. Add the rosemary, and then pour in the pepperoncini with their juices. Now cover the pot and simmer until the meat is tender and falling apart, 4 to 5 hours.

Meanwhile, heat a skillet over medium heat and add the remaining 1 tablespoon butter. Add the onions and saute until light golden brown. Set aside.

Remove the roast from the pot and shred the meat completely using two forks. Return the meat to the cooking liquid and keep warm.

To serve, slice wedges out of the tops of the deli rolls. Heap a generous portion of meat on each roll, and then spoon some of the cooking liquid over the meat. Top with a few peppers from the pot and plenty of caramelized onions. Top the sandwiches with the wedges of roll and serve to a roomful of ravenous guests. You¿ll win friends and influence people.Cook's Note...For a variation, lay thinly sliced cheese on top of the meat before adding the peppers and onions. Serve with dishes of the cooking liquid on the side for dipping if desired.

Show: The Pioneer Woman   Episode: Make Ahead Marvels

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Now to round out the great GAMEDAY SANDWICHES here's one I actually saw on Guy Fieri's Diners & Dives TV show and is similar and definitely quicker, a true Philly Steak Sandwich like I've made before.

https://www.foodnetwork.com/shows/diners-drive-ins-and-dives/episodes/grabbin-a-sandwich

 

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1 hour ago, DieHardBrownsFan said:

The one's I've eaten in Philadelphia only have onions and either cheese whiz or provolone.  

Some regional areas like Youngstown use green peppers, onions, provolone (my favorite) but areas like Philadelphia use onions and American cheese or a cheese wiz like product.

Most all use generous amounts of salt, some black pepper.  I guess it's what you like if you're making them at home. 

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And then there's the quick substitute from Wedgewood Pizza, mine from Boardman, OH.

8, 12 or 16 inch a white style pizza

Philly Steak Pizza 6.25 11.75 16.75
White, Philly Steak, Peppers & Onions

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On 2/25/2018 at 12:32 AM, TexasAg1969 said:

I think they should combine the alpine cross country ski shooters with the snowboard jumpers and see if the shooters can put a hole through a target on the snowboard as these guys are upside down. Make for a more exciting winter and a true test of combined team skills. :rolleyes:

Hey, watching half pipe was like those who watch NASCAR to see the wrecks. Got to see two spectacular crashes. The top of the pipe is pretty much solid ice, and a couple guys hit it coming down from 20 feet in the air. Thought one of them was a broken leg or busted ACL for sure. Those guys are crazy. 

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National Pig Day is an event held annually on March 1 in the United States to celebrate the pig. The holiday celebration was started in 1972 by sisters Ellen Stanley, a teacher in Lubbock, Texas, and Mary Lynne Rave of Beaufort, North Carolina According to Rave the purpose of National Pig Day is "to accord the pig its rightful, though generally unrecognized, place as one of man's most intellectual and domesticated animals] The holiday is most often celebrated in the Midwest.......

And they're dee-lish especially while throwing around or watching the ol' pigskin on TV. Any special pig recipes out there? I see we have one more pack of city chicken in the freezer......neither city nor chicken. :P

 

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http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/ultimate-pizza-bucket-list-oh/?utm_source=oh-beaut&utm_medium=marketing&utm_campaign=phil-ohio

The ultimate bucket list of Ohio pizza, mjp. 

I've had Coccia House in Wooster. That is phenomenal pizza, and what they said about it is true - it is one of a kind. 

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27 minutes ago, Dutch Oven said:

http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/ultimate-pizza-bucket-list-oh/?utm_source=oh-beaut&utm_medium=marketing&utm_campaign=phil-ohio

The ultimate bucket list of Ohio pizza, mjp. 

I've had Coccia House in Wooster. That is phenomenal pizza, and what they said about it is true - it is one of a kind. 

3. Wedgewood Fernando’s Pizza (Youngstown)

I see the one pictured is ours on South Avenue in Boardman and a veggie pizza pictured......which I once thought was sacrilegious!  But now my roasted red peppers, mushroom, black olive and extra cheese, ummmmm!

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2 hours ago, Dutch Oven said:

http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/ultimate-pizza-bucket-list-oh/?utm_source=oh-beaut&utm_medium=marketing&utm_campaign=phil-ohio

The ultimate bucket list of Ohio pizza, mjp. 

I've had Coccia House in Wooster. That is phenomenal pizza, and what they said about it is true - it is one of a kind. 

what no Tommy's ?

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4 hours ago, Dutch Oven said:

http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/ultimate-pizza-bucket-list-oh/?utm_source=oh-beaut&utm_medium=marketing&utm_campaign=phil-ohio

The ultimate bucket list of Ohio pizza, mjp. 

I've had Coccia House in Wooster. That is phenomenal pizza, and what they said about it is true - it is one of a kind. 

Love lists like this. I live about 30 minutes north of Mansfield and go there every weekend for groceries. I will have to try both of those listed. 

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6 hours ago, mjp28 said:

3. Wedgewood Fernando’s Pizza (Youngstown)

I see the one pictured is ours on South Avenue in Boardman and a veggie pizza pictured......which I once thought was sacrilegious!  But now my roasted red peppers, mushroom, black olive and extra cheese, ummmmm!

Yeah, I figured you'd like that it was listed! 

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13 hours ago, Dutch Oven said:

http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/ohio/ultimate-pizza-bucket-list-oh/?utm_source=oh-beaut&utm_medium=marketing&utm_campaign=phil-ohio

The ultimate bucket list of Ohio pizza, mjp. 

I've had Coccia House in Wooster. That is phenomenal pizza, and what they said about it is true - it is one of a kind. 

List is might parochial. Nothing from Cleveland (Romito's). I could about draw a line through the state, and there's zilch mentioned south of it.  Apparently Columbus, Dayton and Cincinnati are pizza deserts NOT!!!

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